Scrap Artist 1962

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    Jess Watkins is a retired ex-mariner turned artist who creates sculptures from scrap metal.

    Various shots of the pipe smoking Jess picking out interesting bits from a scrap metal dump. Jess exits with a piece of metal.

    Interior. Inside his workshop, Jess bangs the piece with a hammer. He then solders the piece to a metal pole - the start of a new sculpture. C/U of Jess adding a rusty iron disk to his creation.

    Jess takes his sculpture outside and places it on a plinth. Various shots of Jess' different sculptures against a blue sky.

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    British Pathé
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    01:28:15:00 / 01:30:58:00
    CP 418
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    CP 418
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